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by Wiesenthal, Rallis
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"An authentic siddur of Ashkenazic holy congregations without the changes made by later grammarians and maskilim,"  according to Rabbi Rallis Wiesenthal, its compiler. An editable edition of this work is available online from the Open Siddur Project under a copyleft license. First published in 2010, the siddur has been continually improved for years. This edition reflects the most recent edits.
Topics: Jewish prayerbooks, Ashkenaz
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The prayer book of Rabbi Benjamin Szold translated by Rabbi Marcus Jastrow from the original German, for congregations in the United States. Originally printed in one volume, the 1885 printing split its contents into two volumes. This, the first volume, contains the liturgy for Shabbat and Festivals and the weekday prayers. A second book in English, Songs and Prayers and Meditations, appended to this edition, is being uploaded separately.
Topics: Jewish Prayer, Siddur, Jewish Prayerbooks
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A Jewish prayerbook ( siddur ) for weekdays and festivals arranged by Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser (1907-1984) according to the custom of Ashkenaz. Originally published in 1957, this siddur ( Ha-Siddur ) is complemented by Rabbi Bokser's prayerbook (maḥzor) for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippurim, Ha-Maḥzor , published two years later. The siddur imaged here is the revised edition published in 1961. This work is in the Public Domain in the United States due to the lack of copyright renewal, by the...
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Ashkenaz
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by Varady, Aharon Nissan
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Siddur Livnat HaSapir l'Kabbalat Shabbat is a complete prayerbook ( siddur ) for welcoming the Shabbat on nearly all Friday evenings. This is the personal prayerbook of Aharon Varady , containing his idiosyncratic preferences in liturgical custom and aesthetic presentation. Native source files for this Open Content licensed siddur available on github . Print copies available from Dimus Parrhesia Press .
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Friday Night, Shabbat
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by Ιωσήφ Ναχαμούλης (Yosef Naḥmuli, 1821-1886)
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[ Prayer order as customary in the Sephardic communities , translated into Greek by Yosef ben Shlomo Nachmuli. Corfu, 1885. Yosef Nachmuli printer]. This is the only Siddur ever printed with a Greek translation. This siddur is being actively transcribed on Greek Wikisource  and Hebrew Wikisource .
Topics: Jewish Prayerbooks, Jews of Greece, Sepharadi-Greek Jewry
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A Jewish prayer book (Siddur) in the Sepharadic tradition, translated into Romanian with commentary by Avraham Shlomo Gold. Details: While I cannot date the siddur with absolute certainty (no year was published on the title page or its verso), based on the prayer of the government for Ferdinand I and Maria (on p.228-229) I can narrow the date of publication to the period between 1914, when Ferdinand inherited kingship over Romania, and 1927, when he died. Because Ferdinand's official coronation...
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Romanian Jewry, prayer book, Romania, Jewish, Sepharadi
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A prayer book ( maḥzor ) for the Jewish penitential holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, translated and arranged by Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser (1907-1984). Originally published in 1959, this maḥzoris complemented by Rabbi Bokser's prayerbook for weekdays, Shabbat, and festivals,  Ha-S iddur , published two years earlier. This work is in the Public Domain in the United States due to the lack of copyright renewal, by the copyright owner provided in the copyright notice (a required condition...
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Conservative Judaism, Jewish prayer, prayerbook, Rosh Hashanah,...